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.tonight on fox 45 news at five. -northeast baltimore baltimore-northeast baltimore -six injured 3 3 &p3 3 3 we are continuing to follow breaking news oot of northeast baltimore.. tto- alarm fire breaks out at an apartment complexx. sending six people.. including one child... to the h. hospital.it's happening right now along moraaia road ... joel d. smith joins us live with how the fire is turning neighbors into heroes.good morning, joel. joel. incue::there was no way to get outout: caught them on the way n down 3 on the way down downout: caught them no way to get outinnue: there was incue: there was no way to get outout: caught them onnthe waa n downout: auggt them no way to get out out: caught them on the way down down 3 3 the search is on this morning for the gunman who shot and killed a octor utside his home in northeast baltimore. ballimore.while pollce suspect it was an attempted roberr... some neighbors believe differently.megan gillilanddis here with more on the investigation. good morning ggys,,ith every hour that passes... detectives say ttme is slipping away. sirensit happened aro
. >> to overnight fires in northeast baltimore being investigated as cases of arson. police say they were started with molotov cocktails. we have been following the late breaking details. let's go live now to police headquarters with more on the investigation. >> 12 apartments were destroyed. six adults and one child were taken to hospital. all of those in hospital are in good condition. fire officials say it's a miracle no one was killed. >> just before 4:00, the call came in for a fire on an apartment building in northeast baltimore. >> i heard somebody threw a bottle or something through that window. they were on the right side. >> luckily no one was hurt. around the same time, this same call came in. six adults and one that 7-year- old boy were injured. some have to jump from their windows. >> i had to crawl -- i had to crawl out the bedroom window. i didn't know what to do. >> wednesday afternoon, police announced both were started by molotov cocktails thrown through windows, the work of an arsonist. >> i can tell you this is a very dangerous arsonist. anyone who would aspire bomb the house
in northeast baltimore. i'll let you know how that will affect your commute coming up. >>> in the meantime, that weather yesterday was nasty. >> it was nasty. and we have lots of storm reports, lots of wind damage, wind gusts out there. and also still dealing with some flooding on some small streams and creeks as we go into carroll county and also fredrick county. let's start with some storm reports this morning. you can see all the blue dots. those indicate the wind damage that we saw yesterday, and this is what's going on right now with the yellow dot in howard county. well, that is wind -- the wind gust, rather, is what we're going to be dealing with there. so we can see basically that all day long it was a rough type of day in the afternoon time frame as well. we can see what's going on in terms of some wind damage around westminster, that was yesterday. it happened at 3:25. and for today we are going to begin to clean things up. it's going to be much better outside. but we're still talking about the flood warning that's in effect until, actually, 11:45, it was extended. you can see it
the front door of his nortteast baltimore home.by the time help arrived, the dootor had crime and justice reporter joy lepola explains why some of tte victim's neighbors are so f. frustrated. 3 ((pkg))nat sound of ambulance aa 12:59:17 the sound of haunting reminders.... of what happened here last night. 12:43357 it's devasting.for detectives time is sliiping away. (anthony) 11:35:38 these preciouu hours immediately after the incident are cruuial to investigators shot in the chest. eehad jjst parked. friends say he was returning home from chorus practice. police suspect it was an attempted robbery. at least one homeowner.... beeieves it may be gangg related. all 12:05:21 you don't see gangs hanging out they commute in and do they're dirty work and hen they leave :25insert nat sound here 12:47:15 (stand-up/please follow verbetim the timecode may be off) 13:03509 while police canvass this neigborhood passing out flyers in hopes of getting some leads in the murder of dr marvit. those who live herr recall hearing those shots fired.:04 (bonnie) 12:43:53 it's only about 3 or 4 houses
news for you this morning this. is coming out of baltimore city. lauren just mentioned it as a traffic headache if you are traveling in that area. this is also a big news story because six people including a child have been rushed to the hospital this morning following a fire at an apartment building. firefighters right now are battling the flames at 5003 load stone way which is in northeast baltimore. we're told that the fire is on the second and the third floors. again, six people taken to the hospital, including a child. right now we don't know the extent of their injuries, but we are on top of this story. we have a reporter headed to the scene, if she's not there already. stay with us, we'll continue to stay on top of this story, not only on air, but on abc2news.com. >>> police right now calling it a random murder, an nih researcher killed and this happened near his northeast baltimore home. dr. peter marvet, he was found by by his car on monday night, shot multiple times. investigators say he just parked that car and was going home to see his family when this happened. police were
. >>> from the roads over to the rails, we have an alert for amtrak riders headed to baltimore this morning. we have learned from service from washington, d.c., up to baltimore is currently delayed, and this is due to some signal system problems. the good news is repairs are under way. we'll continue to keep you posted. all you have to do is follow @news4 today on twitter. reporting from the live desk, i'm angie goff, back to you. >>> we're also following breaking news in the district. a man in critical condition after prince george's county police officers shot him. they say he opened fire on them first. this is late last night at the d.c.-maryland border. news 4's melissa mollet is live with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, aaron. just behind me, we just spoke with officers. they say they're going to keep this road shut down for the next couple of hours at least because they want to wait until daylight to get a better look at the scene. i'm going to step out of the way for you so we can see what's going on here. just a couple of officers here now. the road still blocked off. a coupl
on amtrak, delays between washington and baltimore because of signal problems. if you are heading that way, expect a longer trip this morning. >>> we are following breaking news out of southeast washington right now. police have shot a man near the d.c./maryland border. prince george's county police officers say they opened fire after the man shot at them. news 4's melissa mollet live where it all went down. melissa? >> reporter: good morning, aaron. the road has been blocked since 10:30 last night. investigators still out here on the scene. as you can see here behind me, about three blocks here completely shut down along southern avenue. they are waiting until daylight to get a better one last look at the scene. here's what we know. just after 10:00, d.c. and prince george's police started getting calls about a man walking through an apartment complex here firing a gun into the air. police say, when they arrived, two uniformed officers and marked cars confronted the man with the gun. they asked him several times to put it down. he would not and fired at them in the 800 block of southern a
4:00 this morning to get the game double. baltimore, an rbi single. the os would tack on another run and everybody said finally. 4-2 in 18 innings. the game went nearly six hours but the os are tied for first place with the yankees. >> the nhl is in its fourth lockout day. the capitals biggest star is making other plans for the season. alexander ovechkin has reportedly sign add deal to play with dynamo moscow in russia. the russian newspaper quoted ovechkin saying he believes the lockout will erase the entire season. hope he's wrong on that. >>> the man who turned football into film has died. steve sabol died tuesday of brain cancer. he was 69. he began working with his father on n.f.l. films in 1964 and together they shot thousands of hours of footage and they helped revolutionize sports broadcasting. pioneering techniques like slow motion replays and miking up players and coaches. >> they also did some of the first steady cam work in sports. >> beautiful job. >>> still ahead, the request for a date that now has a federal helicopter pilot grounded. >> a cross-country flight for a sp
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. ♪ that dirty, old egg-suckin' dog ♪ >> this is wbal-tv 11 news in baltimore. >> good morning. i am stan stovall. fire crews are on the scene of but two-alarm apartment fire in baltimore city. officials were called to the scene at the its own way just before 4:00 this morning. at least seven people, including one child, were taken to area hospitals with injuries, some of them serious. here is sarah caldwell and traffic pulse 11. >> still dealing with problems as you head out for your morning commute. accident at ritchie highway and walton avenue. all of this is volume-related. accident is wrapping up and another one at columbia and vantage point road. heavy volume in the outer loop. another one on southbound 795, slow go towards 29. you can see that the j.f.x. filling up quickly towards ruxton road. live view of traffic on 795 and owings mills, where we're looking at a back up just south of owings mills down to the beltway. >> we're starting off with a little bit of cloud cover we left behind from the big thunderstorms last night. temperatures drop off in the northwest suburbs. 53 in taneytown.
for a place for your life to happen. >>> how about them o's the baltimore orioles in the first place tie in the american league east, but they had to work overtime to get there. the birds beat seattle in an 18-inning game, and 18 innings and lasted five hours and 45 minutes and taylor teagarden was the winner. the o's tacked on another run to make the final 4-2 to make baltimore tied with the new york yankees who were rained out last night. and the toronto blue jays have suspended yunl escobar for a slur written in spanl over his eye black. he responded saying, hey, it was a joke and he did not mean it to be offensive. let's talk about this with "sports illustrated" baseball editor ted keith. good morning. so -- help us understand this. nobody really noticed this slur in escobar's eye black, but a fan did. and he posted it on twitter, and then it e became this big deal, right? >> yeah. it is not complete ly uncommon for the guys to write things on the eye black and what is interesting here is that we are getting a little bit of an insight on how the clubhouse culture works versus how com
to speak with the baltimore ravens linebacker about the personal and political impact this issue has inside and outside of pro sports. >> certainly this is a hot button issue in the state of maryland where the governor martin o'malley has pushed for marriage equality. in november people will go to the ballots to see this put forth making maryland the 8th state in the country to legalize same sex unions. how do you think people in maryland and around the country have reacted to hearing the kickback that you got from burns for your support for marriage equality? >> it has been overwhelming, a worldwide effect. i've gotten e-mails from all over the world especially here in maryland and baltimore and raven fans. everybody is for it. and just people, if you go back 24 months ago people were squawking and i'd hear negative comments and now the overwhelming majority are for marriage equality and treating everybody fairly. it is the right thing to do and it is in the name of love. why would you treat people differently just because they love somebody of the same sex? >> one thing i need to ask you
hit in right field to bring in the go-ahead run. baltimore won 4-2. the game went 5:44, ending just short of 1:00 a.m. seattle time. >> they're a little tired. >> 18 innings. >> 18 innings. >>> up next, "the pulse," with jennifer aniston sporting a giant baby bump. >>> and call him the brew master in chief. the president opens up about that new hobby. >>> and regis philbin, finding a new home on daytime tv. hi, i'm phil mickelson. i've been fortunate to win on golf's biggest stages. but when joint pain and stiffness from psoriatic arthritis hit, even the smallest things became difficult. i finally understood what serious joint pain is like. i talked to my rheumatologist and he prescribed enbrel. enbrel can help relieve pain, stiffness, and stop joint damage. because enbrel, etanercept, suppresses your immune system, it may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, and nervous system and blood disorders have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and disc
, dealing with severe flooding, the chesapeake bay has been flooding baltimore county and in some places 18 inches of water are flooding the streets. it is blocking access to houses like that one and high tide is getting closer and can make things worse. >>> they are teaming up to fight crime. new tenants signing a new lease have to agree they can be evicted if they are arrested for crimes are that include assault or drugs and that is moving to other apartment complexes and they are already seeing a change in their homes. >> it has been peaceful and out of the six years this has been the best time right now. you see how quiet it is, it is like this all the time right now. >> apartment managers are going through training on how to spot and respond to suspicious activities. police are going through walk- throughs to show them how to landscape more lighting to give criminals fewer places to hide. >>> 35-year-old kareem mcfarland is accused of taking electronics from palo alto homes back in july. detectives say he admitted to using a spare key to get in which he found on the property. >>> a ca
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is gusting up to 40 mi. per hour, washington d.c., new york city, baltimore, philadelphia, under a tornado watch earlier today and numerous reports of trees down and even a few tornadoes touching down in pennsylvania and upstate new york over the past couple of hours. temperatures in the bay area chilly for this time of the year. open 65 in downtown san francisco only 60. napa 61 and 70. 75 in livermore and 71 degrees. 17 out of the first 18 days of this month have been cooler than normal. we will keep that trend through this evening when the giants take on the rockies. breezy in chile and 59 degrees. a lot of cloud cover sitting offshore. the sun is very efficient in vernon of that cloud cover. you will get it again tomorrow morning but that sum is still strong and we will get afternoon sunshine and it will be cloudy once again as the cloud cover sitting offshore marches back end. the reason for all this, the cool weather, and temperatures in the '60s and '70s as opposed to the 80s, is a big area of low pressure off of the oregon coast line. that enhances the offshore flow. last week it w
's in northeast baltimore. the cause of the fire under investigation. >>> in the meantime, baltimore police right now trying to figure out who killed an nih researcher near his home. detectives believe that dr. peter marvet is the victim of a robbery attempt. he was found by his car monday, shot to death multiple times. marvet was a clinical researcher at nih. right now a $2000 reward being offered in this case. >>> time for a check on the weather. here's meteorologist lynette charles. >> take a look in ellicott city where we're dealing with plenty of cloud coverment off in the distance you can see a few breaks in that cloud cover. we'll get some clearing as you go throughout the day. make sure you are prepared for that and get ready to enjoy all the sunshine that will be moving in here. for right now the temperature in ellicott city coming in at 66 degrees. look at the dewpoint, 51. so that dry air has already moved into the picture. you can see the winds out of the northeast very light right now, but it will be a breezy day on tap. as we look at what's going on on maryland's most powerful radar
's governor is teaming up with the baltimore ravens linebacker who created a stir about same-sex marriage. martin o'malley is planning to attend a fundraiser in support of legalizing same-sex marriage in maryland. voters are going to decide the issue in a ballot question come november. >>> the inspector general of the justice department released a report that criticizes federal agents and prosecutors in phoenix saying they were mostly responsible for that botched investigation into gun trafficking along the mexican border. that operation called fast and furious. the intent was to let guns pass into the hands of suspected gun smugglers and then track them to drug cartels. but federal agents lost track of 2,000 guns and hundreds of them turned up on crime scenes on both sides of the border. two of the guns were found at the scene where border patrol agent, brian terri, was shot to death in december of 2010. >>> and late today, the senate signed off on a plan to keep the government working for the next six months. the budget extension will apply to every cabinet level agency and u.s. militar
at the aftermath in baltimore, maryland. a tree crashed right into a woman's house, just as she laid down in her bed. there have been no reports of serious injuries, but there is a lot of picking up to do on this wednesday morning. >> gretchen: texas mom arrested for letting her kid play outside without supervision? she says her two kids were riding their scooters in the front yard. an officer arrived saying the neighbors complained about this because the kids were playing in the street without supervision. she was arrested for child endangerment, had to spend the night in jail. charges eventually dropped. now she's suing the local police department, as well as her neighbor. >> brian: you're stunned by this? >> when i was growing up, my mother said be home at 6 and had no idea where i was. >> brian: you love the way gretchen read the story, right? >> it was flawles. >> steve: good interpretation? >> beautiful. >> brian: you would expect to see -- i guess that. we're not doing it now. they just yanked the story. >> gretchen: that was not flawless. >> brian: that's right. >> steve: once again, our
writes on twitter -- host: and here's the headline from "the baltimore sun" this morning -- host: and we'll continue to hear from you this morning on this from republicans. michael is from jacksonville, florida. thanks for calling in this morning, michael. caller: good morning. i'm calling about the mitt romney comments. i think it's appalling that the media is blown this out of proportion. what mitt romney said is a fact. 45%, 47% of our country is on entitlements. doesn't bother me at all what he had to say. i agree with him 100%. america needs to wake up and the people who don't comprehend it is -- don't understand what he's talking about on that. host: michael, thanks for calling in this morning. michael talking about the media blowing this up too much. here is the opinion piece from "the washington times" this morning, the midst of republican incompetence is the headline. host: that provides ample opportunity for mr. romney to score points by holding mr. obama accountable for his broken promises and the broken economy. that again on the opinion page of "the washington times," the le
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